Tractor Supply Dog Washing

Yesterday was a day of puppy pampering at our house. We have four dogs – Mikey, who is a Great Dane, and weighs about 160 pounds, Maxie (aka Mostifi) – a Golden Retriever, Ginghy – a crazy Husky (aka Dinghy, LTPAP, which stands for Little Tiny Punk-Ass Puppy) and Bailey (aka Tornabean), who is our rescue dog – he is said to be a Great Dane/Pit Bull mix. They really needed baths, and they needed their nails clipped. This is always a huge undertaking, because of their size and sheer number. I can’t afford to take them to the groomers – way too expensive. But I do take them to the groomers to clip their nails, because not one of them will allow me to clip their nails, but they will stand oh so nicely for the groomer ladies and let them clip and grind, and pretty much do anything to them.

So – off to the groomers we went. My husband took Maxie and Baily in his car, I took Mikey and Gingy in my car. When we arrived at the groomers, we pretty much filled up the waiting room. The boys were all so good, but Bailey was intent on saying Hello to the resident Kitties, however, the Kitties really didn’t want to talk to him.

After having their nails done, I decided we might as well just continue this day of puppy pampering. Normally, I bathe them out on the back patio, with the hose, but it is too cold to do that right now (well, cold for us, here in California). I had heard the newly opened Tractor Supply store, had a Pet Washing Station. For $9.99 per dog, they provide shampoo, conditioner, towels, and dryers. When I had called them the day before, they promised me their baths could handle Great Danes. They also informed me, I couldn’t make an appointment, it was first come, first serve.

This time, we packed the puppies into my car, and into my son’s car, and went to the Tractor Supply store. With our puppy pack, we marched into the store and announced we were there to get baths. We were informed we would have to wait in line, because there were two dogs ahead of us. The people in the store, said “Just hang out, do some shopping.” We spent the next hour walking up and down the aisles in the store. The dogs thought this was great!

Finally, it was our turn to go into the Pet Washing Station. It is an enclosed room, which was really nice, because it allowed us to bathe two dogs, while the other two just hung about. The baths are elevated, they are like those walk-in baths you see on TV. There were steps available, kind of like a little ramp, so the dogs can climb up into the bath, but we could not convince any of the dogs, this is what they should do. Luckily, my son is a bodybuilder, and simply picked the puppies up (like bags of potatoes), and placed them in the tubs.

The puppies smell so pretty now. The day of pampering really wore them out, and we all took afternoon naps. Thanks to the Tractor Supply store for providing this service! And the nice thing is, I didn’t have to break my back, using the hose out on the patio, the dogs – didn’t freeze, and I didn’t have to clean up dog hair, or wash a boatload of towels – and all for $9.99 a dog. What a deal!

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Does Tractor Supply Have A Dog Wash In 2022?

Many Tractor Supply locations have Pet Wash Stations where dog owners can bathe and groom their pets for under $10 in 2022. Each Wash Station has large wash bays, specialty shampoo and conditioner, grooming tables, towels, dryers and brushes. However, Tractor Supply does not have professional pet grooming services.

To find out more about Tractor Supply Wash Stations and how to use them, read on. You’ll find all you need to know here!

What Is The Tractor Supply Pet Wash Station?

Much as we love dogs, there’s no denying that they have a habit for getting messy, and it isn’t always easy to get them clean in the bathtub or using the garden hose.

Therefore, Tractor Supply understands the needs of pet owners for a place to wash their pets and has set up pet washing stations in many of its stores around the country.

Furthermore, the pet washing stations also supply the essentials like specialty shampoo and conditioner, towels, dryers, brushes and grooming tools to finish the job properly.

You can use the Tractor Supply store locator tool to find a location with a Pet Wash Station. Best of all, you don’t need to make an appointment.

For those times when you can’t make it to a Pet Wash Station, or if there isn’t a location nearby, you can also shop for dog bathing and grooming supplies at the store or online.


How much does it cost to wash a dog?

If you choose to bring your dog to a local shop you can expect to pay around $40-$75 based on dog size. A mobile dog groomer can come to you for an average of $75 for an average size dog. Also, you can groom your dog at self-service facility for between $11-$23.

Can you wash your dog at PetSmart?

PetSmart’s relaxing bath system makes tub time a pampering experience. Your salon expert will start by washing your pet with the shampoo/conditioner you agreed on at check-in. All the shampoos and conditioners we use are pH-balanced specifically for pets and provide gentle cleansing without drying your pet’s skin.

Can u wash your dog at Petco?

Generally speaking, a healthy dog with a short, smooth coat and no skin problems doesn’t need to be bathed often. In most cases, dog baths are more for the benefit of their pet parents than for the dogs themselves. Even so, it’s a good idea to bathe your pooch at least once every two to three months.